In the early 1990s the Paradise Theatre had already been closed-up for years. It was in sad shape. I was photographing the Bronx for a book I planned on doing (never did) and to get this shot went across the Grand Concourse, talked to a super, and was allowed to go up on the roof of the building with camera, long lens and tripod. That is how this shot was done without converging verticals.

Published by dave

I've been photographing New York, mostly in black and white, for the last 35 years. In other words, I began in the age of Tri-x and D-76 and eventually moved into the world of pigment ink. Enjoy your stay - Dave

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